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Thanks I'll check the connector first, if that's not the problem I'll have my mechanic check door lock assembly.
I noticed that when I don't close my driver door completely, the warning chime does not come on anymore. Also the interior lights don't come on when I open the driver door. So my guess is that sensor/button that detects the door opening is stuck in the "door closed" position. The other doors work fine. Where is the sensor for the door that detects the door opening? Is this something I can just clean with WD-40 or do I need to replace some senson? Thanks
Thanks, I got it out. I wedged a wooden paint stirrer into the lateral part of the housing, that opened up a big enough gap for me to get a good grip of both sides. It took a bit a force but the ball popped out.
I'm having trouble removing the tailight unit to replace a broken bulb. I removed the plastic plugs and 2 screws and tried to pull the unit out but can't get it to pop out. Is there a trick to loosen it to remove the assembly? Thanks
Thanks, it seems to open and close fine when the door is open. So I suspect that it's encountering some resistance when the door is closed. The problem seemed to have disappeared now that I've opened and closed the window about 50 times while testing it. I'll have the dealer check it out if it happens again. I hate it when I take the car in and the problem miraculously disappears!
I'm not sure if this is normal and I don't see it in the manual but when I close the passenger window from the Driver Side or passenger controls, the window goes up about 1/2 way up then drops down to about 1/4 way, then stops. When I push the close button again it goes all the way up. Why is it doing this? Is this some anti-crushing feature in case somebody's head or arm gets stuck?
There are several types. One hole or two hole? Smoker or non-smoker version? Most are about $34.06 MSRP. Sunset Porsche (Porsche Parts at Dealer Cost) is the best online source - link at the top right of any page. It looks like there are 2 openings, one for the cigarette lighter on the right and nothing on the left. Do I remove this cover by unscrewing the the screws on the upper left and right corners as in the picture?
Loren, I need part #21, the cover for the cigarette lighter. The door doesn't stay closed. MY 04, tan/beige interior. What is the part #? Can you tell me how much approx is this part? Also can you recommend a good internet parts site for Porsche parts? How do I remove the old part to replace? Thanks.
I've had this problem off and on which was finally resolved when they changed the wiring/plug that the headlight unit slides into.
Funny this was one of the complaints of the CDR-23 back when the Cayenne came out in 2003, I guess they never bothered listening to the customers. Unfortunately it doesn't work for the my Nav system either.
I've read that if you remove the head unit that it would set off a fault code.
Last week I got a fault code on my dash that showed a Key Icon and the phrase System Fault Workshop. No problem with driving and it occured with both keys. I took it into the dealership and they told me that it was the Ignition Control Module but they had to order the part. I got my car back while waiting for the part to come in and noticed that I don't have the fault code appearing anymore! So what should I do? Was the part really defective or was it some random computer glitch that was cleared when the tech hooked up the computer to my car? My service invoice stated "63508 at Technical Inspection. Technician found ignition control module with internal open circuit." I'm a bit confused, if the part is really defective, shouldn't it keep showing the System fault message?
I think I'll give the bulb switch a try. Sylvania makes a silver one that turns amber when switched on so it's street legal. I'll update the board if it works.